Sage Summit 2017 Revamped Into Series of Local Events



I don’t have many details but it looks like you can wave bye-bye to the “largest gathering of small and medium businesses in the world”. The Sage Summit conference appears slated to be replaced by a series of local tour stops. The Sage Summit website now refers to the event as Sage Summit Tour and lists several local stops.

Update 11-2-2016: Sage has changed their Sage Summit  site ( )  so it now displays information for their upcoming Paris event November 28-29, 2016 which may mean the site image I captured (above) was not yet ready to be fully deployed. The company has not yet released any official information on their Sage Summit Tour and consultants I spoke with were unaware of it.

Sage is presently displaying 9 stops on the Sage Summit Tour:

  • Sydney, Australia – March 2017
  • Toronto, Canada – June 2017
  • Paris, France – November 2016
  • Berlin, Germany – March 2017
  • Singapore – March 2017
  • Johannesburg, South Africa – March 2017
  • Spain – February 2017
  • Atlanta, USA – Spring 2017
  • London, UK – Spring 2017

The Sage site indicates:

In 2017, Sage Summit evolves into the Sage Summit Tour, the world’s most essential series of events for entrepreneurs and business builders. For businesses of all sizes, whether established for 20 minutes or 20 years, this is a must attend event for thought leadership, inspiration, and learning. Rich in relevant content, meaningful networking, expert mentoring and product knowledge, the Sage Summit Tour offers the most personalized, interactive, learning experience on earth. Business builders, build on!



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Wayne Schulz is a consultant who writes about the ERP industry and technology related news.

2 Replies to “Sage Summit 2017 Revamped Into Series of Local Events”

  1. I don’t have a problem with reducing the size of the summit.

    I would like to know if the country where you attend relates to just that country’s programs or whether it will include multiple country programs. For example, will Sage 50 Canada would be at Toronto and Sage 50 US would be covered in Atlanta Georgia etc.

    Thanks for your help

    1. There’s not enough information to know for sure however I can think of two reasons to have multiple regional events – (1) Provide educational opportunities around the local product and (2) Have closer location(s) to the users of the product(s).

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